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Feb 9, 2013 5:30am EST
father. our entrepreneurial ventures have had a lot of family connections. for us, it works. but it doesn't for everyone. tensions can run high as feelings get in the way of business. meet two entrepreneurs who have enlisted the help of their parents and together they figured out their own ways to balance the slippery slope of working with family. owning a clothing boutique was always janine harvey's dream. >> this is what i like ultimately want to do with my life. >> in 2011, at the age of 21, she opened alchemy hour boutique in maplewood, new jersey, with help from her parents. but this help wasn't a hand-out, it was a business agreement. >> i really wanted to treat them as investors and not just my parents giving me money. i took that as a loan from my parents. and we set up a plan to kind of pay back along the way. >> her parents, helen and john harvey, saw janine as a smart investment. she had always shown a love for fashion. and after realizing college wasn't a right fit, janine proved she had a natural knack in retail as a manager of a nearby clothing store. >> this is brilliant. b
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